-Harvey Kurtzman, The Comics Journal, 1981
"Jack Davis is the Jimmy Stewart of cartooning. He's beloved. Everybody likes Jack and if you can imagine Jack, he's practically a cliche of a moving-picture Southerner. He speaks with a gentle Southern accent, although to hear him mimic peopie, he's like Peter Ustinov or Peter Sellers if he wants to make strange noises come out of his mouth: a truck driver, a German U-boat commander."